He Transforms An Old Airstream RV Into A Quaint Home
Cailyn Finkel 2/22/2016
He totally transformed this RV! Jordan Menzel is the smart man behind the impressive Airstream and we can't believe just how much he's done to renovate the 40-year-old trailer.
The Airstream became popular in 1936 when founder Wally Byam released the first model called the "Airstream Clipper." The brand expanded rapidly after the end of World War II, when people could finally afford to spend money on trips again. Soon the brand represented top-of-the-line camping trailers. There is even a world-wide group of RVers called the "Airstreamers" and they share a love of camping, traveling and hitting the road in their beloved trailers.
Jordan and his precious little daughter could easily be members of the Airstreams since they live, work and explore in their gorgeous trailer. The best part about this renovated RV is that Jordan did it all on an incredibly tight budget - he spent less than $4,000 on the frame and used scrap wood for the floor and cabinetry. His hard work and dedication came out beautifully and now he has a wonderful home for his small family.